Re: Difference between bootflash and sup-bootflash
In Native IOS the bootflash on the supervisor is refered to as sup-bootflash and the bootflash on the MSFC is just bootflash. In CatOS since the SP and RP are configured seperatly the bootflash on the supervisor is just bootflash and the bootflash on the MSFC is still bootflash.
So in CatOS you can use the sup-bootflash it is just called the bootflash.
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